The Portugal captain will be staying at the club until 2018.
Real Madrid talisman Cristiano Ronaldo has put an end to the speculation linking the forward with a return to Manchester United by signing a new contract at the Santiago Bernabeu, according to Spanish daily Marca.
The 28-year-old has extended his stay in Madrid until 2018 and is set to make €17m a year from the club – making Ronaldo the highest paid footballer in the world ahead of Lionel Messi.
It was thought that the attacker had become disillusioned with life at Los Blancos, but at long last has talked over those concerns with club president Florentino Perez and is happy to stay with the Spanish giants.
Ronaldo is set to increase the percentage the Portuguese maestro gets from his image rights, with the 60% the ex-United man receives to be upped in the player’s favour.
The attacker has enjoyed unprecendented success at the Bernabeu since a world record £80m switch from Old Trafford in 2009, going onto become the fastest Madrid player in history to score 100 goals and to date having netted an incredible 204 times in four seasons.
Yet Ronaldo has constantly felt that the Los Merengues fans have not taken the forward into their hearts as much as the Red Devils supporters did and this supposed lack of love did not please the Portugal international.
The only realistic change for the attacker would have been a return to his beloved United, although since the retirement of Sir Alex Ferguson that prospect has looked less likely.
If Ronaldo sees out this deal with Madrid then it is probable the Portuguese ace will end his career in the Spanish capital.